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 Updated videos of the 150 and the 125

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PostSubject: Updated videos of the 150 and the 125   Tue Mar 26, 2013 9:38 pm

I need to update my fish list, since I've swapped some and added some to both of these tanks.

Here's the 150, which has had some mature (non paired) angels removed and some smaller non-paired ones moved in from the 125 to join the leopoldi angel, which certainly seems to feel more comfortable with other angels in the tank. The geophagus "Tapajos" are pretty much grown, I suppose, though they seem smaller to me than I expected. There are two pearl gouramis in this tank that I plan to move to the 125. There are also two pairs of Bolivian rams, a bunch of Bentosi tetras, some cardinal tetras, black neons, several BN plecos, a Peckoltia L147, and I think that's it! Oh yeah, two ember tetras, living every day under a leaf in terror of all of the predators, poor things! I'd catch them if I could and get them out.



Here's the 125, which now has a mess of pearl gouramis and Denison barbs, a single immature angel, six Botia striata (zebra loaches), a trio of otocinclus and a BN pleco. I'm in the market for more zebra loaches to fill things out. I've added wood and plants since the last video. Lots of algae but I've done a major switch up with the fish and things need to settle down.


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PostSubject: Re: Updated videos of the 150 and the 125   Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:11 pm

Looks great Liz!

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PostSubject: Re: Updated videos of the 150 and the 125   Tue Mar 26, 2013 10:47 pm

Wow! Both tanks are looking better everytime I see them. Great job.

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PostSubject: Re: Updated videos of the 150 and the 125   Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:59 pm

Man, your tanks are just the cat's pajamas. That's some pretty work, there, yessir.
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PostSubject: Re: Updated videos of the 150 and the 125   Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:43 pm

Looking at that first tank really makes me miss all my rocks and driftwood, its beautiful. Too bad growing out small discus requires everything completely clean because you would have me adding a bunch of stuff lol.
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